23 Pubs and Bars found in or around Gordon Hill (Train Station)

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Jolly Butchers

A refurbishment of this once grand old traditional pub finished a short while ago and despite initial evidence to the contrary, it's still a traditional - albeit improved - pub. A profusion of dark wood has been tempered with...

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0.68mi
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Old Wheatsheaf

A pleasant looking pub from the outside, it doesn't disappoint inside either. One of an increasingly rare number of pubs that still retains two totally separate bars, inside it's warm and welcoming. With the addition of brass...

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0.68mi
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The Wheatsheaf

Not the most welcoming of places. Our suspicions were raised by noticing in the window those starry pointed dayglo stickers more often sited in chip shops. More often than not their appearance in pub windows (usually with the...

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0.69mi
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The Old Bell

A good-looking and friendly pub in an area which has too many average pubs. The clientele appears to gravitate towards older locals. A great jukebox is a welcome sight, but we'll report back soon to give a fuller review.

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0.69mi
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Rose & Crown

The outlying areas of London are home to many charming pubs, but sadly the Rose and Crown isn't one of them. All ingredients are there: once supposedly owned by Dick Turpin's grandparents, the tiny doors, wooden beams and...

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0.72mi
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The Hop Poles

This vast pub had been through many incarnations in it's time and on our visit looked rather like it had received another makeover pretty recently, in an out-of-the-packet, no imagination required pub style. Without anything to...

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0.75mi
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The Stag

Having removed the cosy U-shaped bench seating and frosted glass a few years ago now, how is Enfield Town's first upmarket pub faring? Not great, to be honest. The interior is pretty anodyne - there's too much pine and laminate...

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0.80mi
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White Webbs Toby Carvery

The impact on our senses of White Webbs Toby Carvery initially blindsided us. On one hand, here was this most impressive building, housed in some beautiful parkland. We admired the Georgian architecture upon our approach and...

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0.83mi
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0.85mi
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The Jolly Farmers

A huge pub on the outskirts of Enfield and at the edge of Green Belt land, The Jolly Farmers covers most of the bases pretty well. They serve the usual McMullen's real ales (not bad) and fairly predictable but hearty pub food....

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0.86mi
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